• Rockets' Harden expected for Game 5 despite illness

    Summary of 13 articles · Updated May 2, 2013
    Star of the game – James Harden Harden had what the team called flu-like symptoms on Wednesday, but he scored 31 points with seven 3-pointers to lead the Rockets to a 107-100 win in Game 5. With the Rockets up 82-73 and 37 seconds on the clock, Harden let the inbounds pass roll very, very slowly into the frontcourt following a stoppage so that his team could have an easier time getting a two-for-one possession. In a fairly comfortable 107-100 win, he scored 31 points on 10-of-19 shooting from the field an...
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